More than a million people are said to have turned out to watch the 'Light Up 2018' show in nearby Dubai.A British Embassy video warning UK holidaymakers travelling to Dubai over the festive season not to drink too much has been called 'insulting' to tourists wrongly thrown in jail.It has become a tradition for the embassy to find a fun and festive way to remind everyone that it is important to familiarise ourselves with the different laws and customs.'However, David Haigh, of the pressure group Detained in Dubai, said the video failed to take account of human rights violations in the UAE.Dubbed 'A Consular Christmas Carol', the video follows Edward Beaver-Rouge, a recent expat spending his first Christmas in the UAE, to illustrate the cultural differences between the UK and United Arab Emirates.After climbing and trailing sparks for 15 seconds, it burst in a flash of brilliant white light to the delight of the spectators far below.The explosion seemed to hang in the air for a moment, with streams of bright light pointing towards the ground.The video, posted on the embassy's Twitter, Facebook and You Tube channels, is a five-minute stop motion animation starring LEGO characters and is based on Charles Dickens' novel A Christmas Carol.Dubbed 'A Consular Christmas Carol', it follows Edward Beaver-Rouge, a recent expat spending his first Christmas in the UAE, to illustrate the cultural differences between the UK and United Arab Emirates.
Footage from the night showed the 2,400-pound (1,088kg), 56-inch (142cm) wide firework soaring into the sky and exploding into spectacular colour above Al Marjan Island.
The pyrotechnics have entered the Guinness World Records for the 'largest aerial firework shell', according to Global News.
As the crowd looked on, the record-setting firework slowly made its way into the night sky above the emirate of Ras-al-Khaimah.
'Most problems facing tourists are related to misunderstandings, lack of knowledge about the country's culture and rules and linguistic barriers,' said Major Mousa Mubarak, acting director of the Tourism Security Department at Dubai police.
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